"In those situations, short of going complete max protection and having both your receivers doubled, we didn't have an opportunity because they had both 'backers up in the A gaps and that uses up a back. It's either where you slide the whole protection the other way, maybe to J.J., which singles him up, or you put a back on J.J. Watt. So, it's not just as simple as some would claim, just chip your way out, because they don't always allow you to do that. It's a chess game and they did a good job with it. Romeo Crennel is a great defensive coordinator."